Meet Renee

How does one become a food writer and ghostwriter? In my case, it was a natural progression. I’ve been devouring books, organizing, teaching, analyzing and editing since my playground days. Writing became the “other duties as assigned” no matter what my official job title read. The universe spoke and I finally listened. Interested in how I can help get your project off the ground? Click on the Contact page above.

Me… a nutshell

  • A voracious reader, especially interested in history, science, business, and cookbooks…….oh, so many cookbooks.
  • Founded, operated, and sold a Specialty Foods soup and bread Company.
  • Completed post-secondary education in several areas including Family/Consumer Sciences, Instructional Design, Nutrition, and Entrepreneurship.
  • Certified Business Idea Generator and Niche Breakthrough Secrets.
  • Worked in the medical field, in non-profit management, and high school and adult education.
  • Have written 7 books and numerous booklets, e-books, lesson plans, and courses – thus far!
  • Love that writing gives me the opportunity to learn something new every day.
  • I believe in discretion, dependability, and deadlines.

Your project will be completed on-time, on-budget and in a professional manner.

A New England native, I now live in the sunny Mid-Columbia region of Washington state. My husband and I are parents of two children and have seven perfect grandchildren.

One of my first jobs was working as a restaurant salad girl where I made gallons of salad dressings from scratch and peeled 50 pounds of potatoes daily. I’ve been cooking and creating ever since.

When I’m not writing, baking bread, making homemade jam or coaxing heirloom tomatoes to flourish in the garden, you will find me curled up with a good book or (grudgingly) walking for exercise.